It's been a slow moving and nothing doing type of week.
I spent most of it trying to recover from a nasty sinus infection which would imply that I had plenty of time to actually get things done being that I didn't do much of anything. But that proved wrong - I did mostly nothing.
This week also marked the end of my Privacy Accelerator mentorship I had been doing since September. It's bitter sweet. I get to reclaim my Monday nights but I will miss the tight group of privacy professionals that I formed a unique bond with. I will miss my sparing partners. I will miss my ideas and thoughts on privacy being challenged by those I trust.
But it also leaves a lot to be done. I have worked on templates and guides for all sorts of processes that will help me be a better privacy consultant down the road. These now all need to be refined, worked through, and improved to give me a foundation of pure awesomeness.
The highlights of the week:
More than doubled my newsletter subscription with this LinkedIn post - guess it hit a nerve.
Did a pod cast interview for No Hacks Marketing which was a lot of fun.
I'm back to my novel for the week, finally. It's taking unusually long for me to get through it but I also don't want to put it down.
The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
Best Short Read of the Week
Caitlin Moran: my women of the year (they're not who you think) it's a few weeks old now but just a good fun read.